Last night, I watched Supergirl on the CW, and I’m a fan of the show since the first season. The fourth season has brought many changes as the storyline is heading in a new direction.
For me, this has been a frustrating season to watch. The theme seems to be when Kara wins, and then she loses something valuable in her personal life.
Kara might lose her sister. I wonder what the future holds for her. There’s Supergirl’s double in Russia and is training for something, but what? Last night’s episode indicated that.
Since Alex’s memory was altered how will that affect Alex and Kara’s relationship. It may be for an episode. Col. Haley wants Supergirl’s identity that’s threatening Kara’s future.
Then, Brainy was building a new support team for Supergirl. Perhaps, he knows something about what Kara will face since he is from the future?
A lot of uncertainty is hanging over Kara, and next week’s episode looks promising.
Amazon had a recommendation for a novel for me. So, I checked out. It is:
Mark of the Raven by Morgan L. Busse.
The book cover was fascinating, the blurb hooked me, and the price was under a dollar. The reviews on Amazon and Goodreads are good with high ratings. So, I brought the novel. It is on my February’s reading list for there’s another book I want to finish.
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Lynnette Eason is one of my favorite authors for she keeps me guessing and plants little clues in her stories. I always find myself wondering and pondering her stories when I am not reading them.
She is a Christian Suspense Author. Her stories are clean, free from foul language, and does not preach. She focuses on the characters in tough situations, relying on God to endure.
Classified Christmas Mission by Lynnette Eason is the fourth book in the series Wrangler’s Corner.
It delivered an excellent story. I was hooked from the beginning to the end and read it over Christmas.
Amber Starke had been on assignment for CIA when her friend was murdered; now, she is running for her life with her friend’s six-year-old son when the story opens. Did I mention the little boy is autistic? Amber has her hands full.
She returns to her hometown during a nasty snowstorm is shot at, resulting in a car crash. There she encounters Deputy Lance Goode.
Amber and Lance develop a romantic relationship by moving past their hurt and focusing on God getting through their dangerous journey.
Since this is book 4, there is no need to worry for Eason does a wonderful job of providing the back-story without bogging down the pace.
I am planning on reading more of this series. The series is worth checking out.
I finished reading The Hundredth Queen by Emily King and is the first book in a series of four books so far. I found it was an interesting, a gripping read, and looking forward to reading more of the series.
The story is about an orphan girl named, Kalinda plagued with fevers that live at the temple. With other orphan girls run by the sisterhood in the far remote area of the realm.
I like that the author took her time without killing the suspense allowing the reader to develop a relationship with Kalinda and experiencing her struggles. I don’t normally read stories that have an India feel. Ms. King did an excellent job explaining the meanings and symbols without bogging down the story.
The first person point-of-view, told through the eyes of Kalinda, giving the tale more tension and danger. I understood her struggles, desires, and fears. While Kalinda goes through her journey becoming the queen. I read more wanting to discover what will happen next.
However, the ending was disappointing. It wrapped everything for the novel, but the ending left me emotionally hanging.
I look forward to reading the next book in the series.